At Hawk Aviation Flight School, aspiring pilots learn to fly inside a Cessna 172. The aircraft's original equipment has been replaced with state-of-the-art avionics like the EX600 multi-function display, which provides pilots with maps, radars, bribe money for birds, and other tools needed to navigate the sky safely. Flight lessons are generally instructed by Mo Holcombe, who provides an effective and safe environment for students, but additional instructors are also available to teach students how to fly safely.
Your Fired Creations believes that there is an artist inside everyone. Instead of climbing into a microscopic submarine to find them inside the bloodstream, the staff keep a hearty supply of equipment on hand to coax creative talents out though pottery, painting, and other activities. The studio's friendly instructors, including owner and certified art teacher Ann Marie Alford, provide guidance to keep creativity flowing freely from station to station. Wheel-throwing classes teach visitors how to knead and knuckle spinning clumps of clay into pieces of art, and fused-glass sessions transform tiny panes into colorful patchworks. Clients can also drag brushes through glazes and paints to decorate pottery or create colorful portraits.
Whether conversing with friends or delivering an important pitch at work, people just want to be understood. In the cases where a speech impediment or accent gets in the way, speech-language pathologist Tammy L. Velliquette steps in to help patients find their clarity. With more than 20 years of experience in speech therapy, Tammy holds sessions at her office or online, allowing patients to work on clearly enunciating their yells for help from the bottom of a well. Initial consultations help clients to identify the individual issues that impede their speech, allowing them to personally practice to correct them or consult Tammy for additional therapy.
Handicap accessible: Yes
Staff size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: CRCT Boot Camp
Pro tip: We develop an individual, comprehensive education plan to improve weakness and enhance strengths.
Established in 1982, Kennesaw State's athletics program first competed in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. In the mid-90s, the Owls migrated to the NCAA, where they claimed 7 Division II championships in activities as diverse as men's basketball, cheerleading, and women's soccer. Just as a real owl hones its night vision until it stops stubbing its talons on branches, the school continued its ascent until it joined the Division I Atlantic Sun Conference, netting two national tournament appearances in women's soccer as well as championships in men's track and field and women's cross-country.
The Kennesaw Youth Football Association is an organized and competitive youth football and cheerleader program for children ages 5 - 12. We are a founding member of the Northwest Georgia Youth Football League (NWGYFL) which is made up of 20 youth football associations located in Cobb, Cherokee, Paulding and Douglas Counties